Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, on Monday, questioned the safety and security of common citizens as he referred to the alleged murder of a Delhi Police Sub-Inspector.

Condemning the killing of the Delhi Police Sub-Inspector, the Delhi chief minister asked who will be responsible for the safety of the people in Delhi when even police are not safe here.

“Extremely shocking murder of Delhi Police Sub-Inspector in Vivek Vihar last night. Who takes responsibility for safety of Delhiites when even police is not safe? May God give courage to the family of late Rajkumar ji,” Kejriwal tweeted.

The 58-year-old sub-inspector, identified as Rajkumar, posted at the Police Control Room (PCR), was found dead in Shahdara’s Vivek Vihar area in East Delhi.

Rajkumar reportedly died as a result of assault following a quarrel with a suspected criminal in the Vivek Vihar area, officials said on Monday. The incident took place on Sunday night in Vivek Vihar area when he had gone out for a walk after dinner, a senior police officer said.

A case under the relevant sections of the IPC has been registered at Vivek Vihar police station and the accused, who is a history-sheeter, has been arrested, police said, adding that they are investigating whether other people were also involved in the incident.

“Police received information regarding the quarrel at 10.06 pm on Sunday. After reaching the spot, they found out that around 9 pm, a quarrel had taken place between Kumar and Vijay over the shooting of a video,” Meghna Yadav, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara), said.

(With PTI inputs)